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DEMOREST, GEORGIA 




CLASS 31 


BOOK 



Digitized by the Internet Archive 

in 2012 with funding from 

LYRASIS Members and Sloan Foundation 



http://archive.org/details/yonah47unse 



The 

Students' 

Association 

'Presents... 

The 

Yonahian 

for 

1947 



Published by 

Piedmont College 

Demorest, Georgia 



^Dedication 



Where the Georgian Hills grow purple 
In the sunset glow, 
Proudly stands our Alma Mater 
In a vale below. 



This year as we observe the fiftieth anniversary of the founding 
of PIEDMONT COLLEGE we occupy a vantage point. With pride we 
look back on a large group of our graduates who have attained 
success in many fields. They have made and are making the world 
a better place in which to live. With full confidence we look forward 
to a Greater Piedmont in the Hills of Habersham. 



Among the Hills of Habersham 

Where skies are ever blue 

Old Piedmont takes its stand 

The pride of Dixie Land 

And while the waters of Lake Demorest 

Make ripples in the breeze 

And rainbows glow with green and gold 

The words we'll sing are these 

It's Piedmont for mine 

It's Piedmont for mine 

That's the school I love the best 

Down in Georgia Demorest 

The sun always shines 

On that place so fine 

And I'll always say as I say today 

It's Piedmont for mine 



"There shall be light" 



And it came to pass that there was light. In the language of an earlier Col- 
lege bulletin. (Fifty) years ago among the red hills of Georgia a beacon was 
lighted at Piedmont College. Prayers, self sacrifice, devoted service, and kindly 
temembrances from distant friends have susta'ned it always. Far up the gorges 
of the Great Smokies its beams have penetrated; and out across the lowlands 
where share-croppers toil, guiding an ever growing army of young men and 
women to wider opportunities and richer lives." 

This was the light of Truth made warm and inspiring by the alchemy of 
great teachers. Piedmont men and women have gone out bearing this light so 
that it has been kindled and rekindled in human hearts as waves spread from 
the dropping of a stone. 

It has been a great half century indeed. The good the College has done is 
immeasurable. Its graduates have gone out to die in both world wars. Wher- 
ever they have gone they have carried the warmth of the Piedmont spirit, the 
strength of the Piedmont light. 

You who are here today are privileged to share in the celebration of this the 
fiftieth commencement, to rejoice with us in these fifty great years of service: to 
plan with us for the new half-century at Piedmont. This light once kindled 
here must not go out! 



Foreword 



Piedmont — A Special School 

1947— A Special Year 
YONAHIAN — A Special Book 
Students — A Special Group 



In this special edition, commemorating our Fiftieth 
Anniversary, we, the staff, have endeavored to bring to 
you a few of the many events, activities and personalities 
of that unforgettable year — 1947. 



H. LOULSH PATTON LIBRARY 





COMMONS HALL 



THE SEMI-CIRCLE 





A. R. VAN CLEAVE 
President 



LESLIE JONES 
Dean 




Faculty 




DR. J. L. MARTENS 
Biology 

DR. W. S. ROBERTS 
Chemistry 



MRS. EFFIE STAMBAL'C.FI 
Dorm M other. Dietitian 

MRS. GUY ADAMS. R.N. 
Xurse 

MRS. EULA BATSON 
Treasurer 

MISS KOHLER 
Economics 




MRS. C. L. PERCY 
Languages 

REV. PAUL McCLANAHAN 
Religion 

MISS DOROTHEA MORRILL 
History 



MISS ELIZABETH MOORE 
Music 

MRS. FRANCIS COOK 
Dancing 



MRS. WALLACE FARR 
Registrar 



Faculty 




DR. HOMER W. STEVENS 
Economics 



MR. IRANCIS COOK 

English 





MRS. R. F. ATKINSON 

Mathematics. Art 



MRS. MARY M. SMOOT 

Business Administration 




MISS ELAH COWART 
Education 



MR. HOYT BOWAN 
Dramatics 



COACH ROBERT GILKEY 

Physical Education 




MISS LENORA DABNEY 
Typing 



MR. REX STAMBAUGH 
Mathematics and Science 



MRS. LESLIE JONES 
Librarian 



FACULTY NOT SHOWN: 

MRS. HELEN MARTENS 
Secretary to the President 



MISS EDNA JORRAN sQarcbOU^ 

Physical Education 



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Seniors 







Our Senior Officers 



BILL HAYNES. President 




SUE SMOOT, Secretary 




Winnie Claire Murphy. Vice-President 




NETTIE BEN WILMOT. Treasurer 




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Seniors 





R. M. ASH 
Blairsvillc Georgia 



LAVADA BAGGETT 
Tennille. Georgia 



MARVIN BRHWI R 
Alto Georgia 



EUNICE CALEAS 
Demorest. Georgia 



DOROTHY CASH 
Wadley. Alabama 





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Seniors 







THELMA CHAMBERS 
Cornelia, Georgia 



CECIL DAVIS 
Demorest, Georgia 



RANDOLPH CHUNN 
Woodbury. Georgia 



WALTER CONWELL 
Lavonia. Georgia 



ROBERT DILLARD 
Cornelia. Georgia 




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Seniors 




HULON FARMER 
Suwanee, Georgia 



PAT HALLFORD 
Demorest. Georgia 



PHYLIS FLINT 
Athens. Georgia 



JESS HAYES 
Toccoa. Georgia 



WILLIAM HAYNES 
Athens. Georgia 





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Seniors 




SIDNEY HIGHSMITH 
Nahunta Georgia 



AMY LEONARD 
Westfield, Massachusetts 



ELAINE HUNT 
Demorest. Georgia 



B. W. MCRAE 
Demorest, Georgia 




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WINNIE CLAIRE MURPHY 
Pendergrass. Georgia 




Seniors 




JANELLE MEEKS PARKER 
Alto. Georgia 



ANITA ROPER 
Clarksvillc. Georgia 



WILLIAM ALTON PARRIS 
Wedowee, Alabama 





BAXTER SASSER 
Mt. Olive. North Carolina 



LOWELL SMOOT 
Demorest. Georgia 



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Seniors 




SUE SMOOT 
Woodbury. Georgia 



JAMES FOSTER GOOLSBY 
Toccoa. Georgia 



BETTY SOSEBEE 
Demorest. Georgia 



NETTIE BEN WILMOT 
Carnesville. Georgia 



SARA WALTERS 
Toccoa Georgia 



STELLA WILSON 
Clarkesville. Georgia 




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Senior Snaps 



BEAUTY vs. BEAST 



FERRY DAVIS 
Senior Mascot 



ADVERTISEMENT 




THIS ISN'T MRS. STUBBS 



COUNSELOR CHAMBERS 



BATHING BEAUTY 




Top Row 

'KNOCK-OUT" JAN 

PARRIS— LADIES' MAN 

NATURE AND THE BEAUTY 



Middle Row 

FARMER SARA 

WYNK TAKING IT EASY 

HAPPY ABOUT IT ALL 



Bottom Row 

STROLLING ALONG 

SO GOOD TO SIT 

JUST STANDING 



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Juniors 








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Our Junior Officers 




President 
PEGGY RICE 




Vice-President 
KATHRYN JORDAN 



Secretary and Treasurer 
DOT BARRETT 




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Juniors 



DORO I I IV BARR1 I I 
Cornelia, Georgia 





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KATHRYN JORDAN 
Comer. Georgia 



RUDOLPH BUICE 
Gainesville. Georgia 



PEGGY RICE 
Wincbendon. Massachusetts 



GUIN CRONIC 
Gainesville. Georgia 



NEAL TIMMS 
Alpharetta, Georgia 



RAY TENCH 
Demorest. Georgia 



PIERCE HARDY 
Cornelia. Georgia 





DOROTHY WILKINSON 
Toccoa. Georgia 



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Junior 



l. HEADING FOR THE CUP. 2. JUST RESTING 

3. GOING SHOPPING' 4. SLEEK. EH. EH! 

5. CHILD PSYCHOLOGIST 6. MODERN TRANSPORTATION 



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JACK BROGDEN 
President 




BETTY MORGAN 
Vice-President 




WHO BROKE THAT LIGHT? 



ODESSA ASH 
Blairsville, Georgia 



GENELLE AYERS 
Ashland. Georgia 



JACK BROGDON 
Buford. Georgia 



OLLIE BROOKS 
Cornelia. Georgia 




JAM1 s CARPI NTER 
Elberton, Georgia 



PAUL CARPENTER 
Dcmorest. Georgia 



MAXWELL CASH 
Cornelia. Georgia 



SARA CISSON 
Martin. Georgia 



KATHLEEN CRAWFORD 
Cornelia. Georgia 



BARBARA CROW 
Cornelia, Georgia 



BETTY CURRY 
LaGrange. Georgia 



ANN DAVIS 
Tallulah Falls, Georgia 



BETTY DOVE 
Royston. Georgia 




PATRICIA EDWARDS 
Cocoa, Florida 



CHARLES ELLIS 
Oxford. Georgia 



MILLIE FARMER 
Conyers. Georgia 



PHOEBE FRANCIS 
Dcmorest. Georgia 



LARICE FRANKS 
Commerce. Georgia 



HAROLD FOSTER 
Demurest. Georgia 



ELIZABETH FREE 
Mt. Airy. Georgia 



LEAH ROSE GRUBBS 
Dcmorest. Georgia 



MRS. BILL HAYNES 
Demorest. Georgia 




PERRY HENDRIX 

Dcmorest. Georgia 



JO JORDAN 
Comer. Georgia 



MARJORIE JUSTICE 
Cornelia. Georgia 



LAWSON BRADY 
Auburn. Georgia 



VIRGINIA LEARD 
Colbert. Georgia 



WILLIAM LOUDERMILK 
Demorest, Georgia 



BETTY MORGAN 
Gainesville, Georgia 



ROBERT OLIVER 
Clarkesville. Georgia 



JIMMIE J. POWELL 
Alapaha. Georgia 




HOYT PURCLLL 
Commerce. Georgia 



CARLTON SISK 
Demorest. Georgia 



EVELYN SOUTHERLAND 
Demorest. Georgia 



DORIS STEPHENS 
Demorest. Georgia 



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ELLEN WILEY 
Auburn. Georgia 



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CHAR1.LNL WILLIAMS 
fhornsby, Alabama 



EARLINE YOUNGBI.OOD 
Demorest Georgia 



JOHN HARDY 
Cornelia, Georgia 




Sophomores Not Shown: 

CHARLES NELSON, JR. 
Westminster. South Carolina 

JO ANN SOSEBEE 
Demorest, Georgia 

WILLIAM WATSON 
Demorest. Georgia 



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Freshmen 




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JACK HAYES 
President 



JAMES BAILEY 
Vice-President 



MARGARET BAILEY 

Secretary 



MILDRED AIKEN 
Treasurer 



RENIE and ERNIE HALLFORD 
Freshmen Mascots 




Where The Freshmen Spend Their Time: 





HELEN ALEWINE 
Lavonia, Georgia 




BETTY ANDERSON 
Toccca. Georgia 




ELENA AUSTIN 
Oliver. Georgia 




REBECCA AYERS 
Cornelia. Georgia 



JAMES BAILEY 
Carnesville. Georgia 



MARGARET BAILEY 
Carnesville. Georgia 




LILA BASS 
Ochlocknee. Georgia 



GLENN BEARDEN 
Clayton Georgia 



EARL BLANKENSHIP 



Demorest, Georgia 


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DAVID CALDWEL1 




Concord. Georgia 






EDITH CHI'I WOOD 




Mt. Airy, Georgia 


Demorest. Georgia 




1 AWRENCE CALLAS 






HAZEL CISSON 




Martin. Georgia 


STEVE CANTRELL 




Tate. Georgia 






ANN CLYBURN 




Cornelia. Georgia 


BRAWNER CARR 




Milledgeville, Georgia 






GRADY COOK 




Alto. Georgia 


CLARENCE CARSON 




Wadley. Alabama 





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LENORE CRABTREE 
Tallapoosa. Georgia 








JOHN DICKENSON 
Monroe, Georgia 



GARRISON DILLARD 
Cleveland. Georgia 



WILLIAM DILLARD 
Cornelia, Georgia 



LILLIAN DOVER 
Clarkcsville, Georgia 



LAURA NELL DYKES 
Macon. Georgia 



SARA ELLISON 
Clarkcsville, Georgia 



JACK IRWIN 
Cornelia, Georgia 



GEORGE EVANS 
Scranton, Pennsylvania 



WALLACE FARR 
Thomson. Georgia 



ELLIS FOSTER 
Demorest. Georgia 










FRANK FOS I I K 
Demorest, Georgia 



JANE GOI Dl N 
Cornelia. Georgia 



GODFREY FUNK. JR. 
Mt. Airy. Georgia 



JACK HAINES 
Madison. Georgia 




FRED FREE 

Mt. Airy. Georgia 



BENJAMIN E. HARRIS 
Mt. Airy, Georgia 



JOHN GATEWOOD 
Winston Salem. North Carolina 




CRYSTAL HARWELL 
Madison. Georgia 




RUBY GERRIN 
Demorest. Georgia 



DOROTHY HALCOMB 
Nelson. Georgia 



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Carnesville. Georgia 



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EDWIN HOLCOMBE 
Toccoa, Georgia 




CECIL HUFF 
Union Point. Georgia 




LLOYD HUNTER 
Clayton, Georgia 



HARVEY KITCHENS 
Oxford. Georgia 



LORA LANCASTER 
Gainesville. Georgia 




TED LAW 
Clayton, Georgia 



WILLIAM LEE 

Tallulah Falls, Georgia 




LOIS KEENER 
Toccoa. Georgia 



GEORGE LEDBETTER 

Tallulah Falls, Georgia 



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I.ARKIN LOUDERMILK 
Mt. Airy. Georgia 







VIRGINIA LOUDERMILK 
Mt. Airy. Georgia 



OLLIE JO MARET 
Lavonia, Georgia 



NANCY MARTIN 
Madison. Georgia 



JIMMY MATTHEWS 
Buford. Georgia 



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LOUIS McCOLLUM 
Clarkesville. Georgia 



KATHRYN McMANUS 
Jacksonville. Florida 



GERALD MINTER 
Kennesaw, Georgia 




CHARLES MOONEY 
Alto. Georgia 



JACKIE MOOREHEAD 
Bowersville. Georgia 



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JU ANITA MORRISON 
Clarkesville, Georgia 



J. C. MOSS 
Habersham. Georgia 



WALLACE NELSON 
Nelson, Georgia 



PAULINE PARKER 
Clayton, Georgia 



BETTY PAYNE 
Carnesville. Georgia 



RUSSELL PHILLIPS 
Buford, Georgia 



BETTY POWELL 
Cornelia. Georgia 



CURTIS POWER 
Colbert, Georgia 



BONA PUCKETT 
Buford. Georgia 



JACK PURCELL 
Jefferson. Georgia 








JOHN RAMEY 
Cornelia. Georgia 





JERRY ROBHRTSON 
Buford. Georgia 



AUDREY ROPER 
Clarkesville. Georgia 



C. J. ROPER 
Gainesville. Georgia 



DOROTHY SANDERS 
Bowersville. Georgia 



JAMES SANDERS 
EaGrange. Georgia 



MILDRED SHIRLEY 
Clarkesville, Georgia 




JACK SMOOT 
Woodbury. Georgia 



EVIE ANN SORROW 
Demorest. Georgia 



NOBLE SORROW 
Demorest. Georgia 





J. C. SOUTHERLAND 
Demorest, Georgia 



M. K. SOUTHERS 
Gainesville. Georgia 



BUFORD STAMEY 
Demorest, Georgia 



JOYCE TATUM 
Demorest, Georgia 



MELVIN TAYLOR 
Clayton, Georgia 



PATRICIA THOMASON 
Toccoa, Georgia 



ISABELLE THOMPSON 
Clayton, Georgia 



ANN THORNTON 
Hartwell, Georgia 



LESTER WALL 
Clayton. Georgia 






SARA FRANCES WATERS 
Pendergrass, Georgia 











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MARGARET WHSTBROOK 
Cornelia. Georgia 



I ARRIS WOODAI.I. 
Cornelia. Georgia 







BARTLEY WILBANKS 
Demorest. Georgia 



RUBY WILBANKS 
Clarkesville. Georgia 



ROY EDWARD WILLIAMS 
Winterville. Georgia 




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JINTON WHITMIRE 
Toccoa. Georgia 



DAN WOOD 
Demorest. Georgia 




NELSON WOOD 
Marietta. Georgia 



FRED WOOD 
Clarkesville. Georgia 



GEORGE WORLEY 
Canton. Georgia 





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ARTHUR WRIGHT 
Cedartown. Georgia 




MILDRED AIKEN 
Carnesville. Georgia 




WILLIAM KEMP 
Acworth, Georgia 




OLIVIA McHAN 
Nelson, Georgia 




RAMONA GARRISON 
Clarkesville, Georgia 



INEZ ASH 
Blairsville. Georgia 

ALLEN AIKEN 
Toccoa. Georgia 

CLAUDE BALLEW 
Demorest, Georgia 

MARY AYERS 
Talluldh Falls. Georgia 

WINDY BERRONGE 
Cornelia. Georgia 

SYBIL BLAIR 
Mt. Airy. Georgia 

STAN CARPENTER 
Demorest. Georgia 

ROYCE CLARK 
Flowery Branch. Georgia 

JACK CLASSON 
Royal Oak. Michigan 

ARTHUR JAMES CRAIG 
Lakemont Georgia 

JAMES LEWIS CURRIER 
Cornelia. Georgia 

STARK DEATON 
Demorest. Georgia 

MARIOUS GARRISON 
Clarkesville. Georgia 

JAY HENDERSON 
Atlanta, Georgia 

HAROLD HULSEY 
Buford. Georgia 

WILLIAM G. HUNT 
Demorest. Georgia 

JOHN S. KESLER 
Clarkesville. Georgia 

ELIZABETH KOPPE 
Atlanta. Georgia 

WILLIAM J. MORRIS 
Madison. Georgia 

W. R. RIDGEWAY 
Homer. Georgia 

HENRY SKIPPER 
Flowery Branch. Georgia 

PATSY WATSON 
Demorest. Georgia 

FRED WARD 
Tallulah Falls. Georgia 

DAVID COFFEY 
Cornelia. Georgia 

RONALD E. COFFEY 
Cornelia. Georgia 



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Student ^Association 




JESS HAYES 
President 



JACK BROGDON 
Vice-President 



WINNIE CLAIRE MURPHY 
Secretary and Treasurer 



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Religious (Committees 




JACKIE MOOREHEAD 
JAMES SANDERS 
BETTY CURRY 
BETTY ANDERSON 
PEGGY RICE 
PATTY EDWARDS 
CHARLES MOONEY 



PHYLISS FLINT 

LAVDA BAGGETT 

BILL HAYNES 

LOWELL SMOOT 

ALTON PARRIS 

JACK HAYES 

KATHRYN McMANUS 






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JANELLE PARKER 
President 

BETHHAYNES 
Vice-President 

JO MARET 
Secretary 

LOIS KEENER 
Treasurer 

ANITA ROPER 
Chaplain 

DOROTHY BARRETT 
Pianist 



HELEN ALEWINE 
MARGARET WESTBROOK 

LAV ADA BAGGETT 
KATHLEEN CRAWFORD 

BARBARA CROW 

MRS. LENORA DABNEY 

ANN DAVIS 

RUBY GERRIN 

MARJORIE JUSTICE 

JUANITA MORRISON 

WYNK MURPHY 

AUDRY ROPER 

MILDRED SHIRLEY 

JOYCE TATUM 

PATRICIA THOMASON 

RUBY WILBANKS 

EVELYN SONTHERLAND 

VIRGINIA LOUDERMILK 

JANE GOLDEN 

ANN CLYBURN 

REBECCA AYERS 

DORIS STEVENS 

Not shown: 
MARY AYERS 




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STELLA WILSON 
President 

PEGGY RICE 
Vice President 

Mil I II FARMER 
Vi retary and I reasuret 

JO JORDAN 
Pianist 

BETTY CURRY 
Chaplain 



KATHRYN McMANUS 

MILDRED AIKEN 

BETTY ANDERSON 

INEZ ASH 

ELENA AUSTIN 

GENELLE AYERS 

MARGARET BAILEY 

III. A BASS 

DOROTHY CASH 

LENORA BRABTREE 

HAZEL CISSON 

LAURA NELL DYKES 

PATTY EDWARDS 

PHYLLIS ELINT 

PHOEBE FRANCIS 

ELIZABETH FREE 

SUE HENSON 

CRYSTAL HARWELL 

DOT HOLCOMBE 

KATHRYN JORDEN 

LORA LANCASTER 

AMY LEONARD 

VIRGINIA LEARD 

JACKIE MOOREHEAD 

BETTY MORGAN 

NANCY MARTIN 

OLIVIA McHAN 

BETTY PAYNE 

BETTY SOSEBEE 

DOT SANDERS 

SUE SMOOT 

ANN THORNTON 

NETTIE BEN WILMOT 

ELLEN WILEY 

CHARLENE WILLIAMS 

FRANCES WATERS 

EARLENE YOUNGBLOOD 



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Yonahian Staff 




WINNIE CLAIRE MURPHY Editor 

JACK HAYES Business Manager 

PEGGY RICE Associate Business Manager 

DOROTHY WILKINSON Associate Business Manager 

BETH HAYNES Associate Editor 

LAVADA BAGGETT Associate Editor 




"A busy day in Atlanta!" 



Owl. . . Staff 




SUE SMOOT Editor 

BAXTER SASSER Associate Editor 

ALTON PARRIS Assistant Editor 

KATHRYN McMANUS Assistant Editor 

AMY LEONARD Assistant Editor 

BETTY CURRY Assistant Editor 

STELLA WILSON Business Manager 

PHOEBE FRANCIS Circulation Manager 



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Veterans Qlub 




B. W. McRAE President 

BLEKLY RYALS Vice-President 

RANDALPH CHUNN Secretary and Treasurer 



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a^ftembers of Vets Qlub 



AYERS. MARY 

AIKEN. AEEEN D. 

CARPENTER. PAUL 

CARPENTER. STAN 

CARR. W. BRAUNER 

CHUNN. RANDOLPH E. 

CLARKE. ROYCE 

CRONIC, GUIN 

BAILEY, JAMES 

FARMER. HUI.ON 

FOSTER, FRANK 

FOSTER. HAROLD 

HAYES. JACK 

HAYES. JESS 

HAYNES. BILL 

HENDERSON. JAY 

KEMP, WILLIE B. 

LAW, TED 

LEDBETTER. GEO. F.. SR. 

MINTER. GERALD H. 

MURPHY. BOB 

McRAE. BUFORD 

NELSON. WALLACE 

PALMOUR. WELDON 

POWELL. JIMMIE J. 

PUCKETT. BONA 

ROPER. C. J. 

RYALS. RANDALL B. 

SKIPPER. HENRY 

SORROW. NOBLE W. 

STAMBOUGH. JOHN 

STAMEY. BUFORD 

WALL. LESTER 

WELLS. CHARLES 

WILBANKS. BARTLEY 

WOOD. NELSON 

WORLEY. GEORGE 

WRIGHT. ARTHUR 



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Who's Who 





JESS HAYES 



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WHO'S WHO 
AMONG STUDENTS 
IN AMERICAN UNIVER- 
SITIES AND COLLEGES IS A 
publication in which appear the 
biographies of outstanding students selected 
from six hundred schools in the country. This recognition 
is the culmination of all college honors and achievements. Nomination 
is based upon character, scholarship, leadership in extra- 
curricular activities, and potentiality for 
future usefulness to 
business and 
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leads to all that is good, lust and beautiful, of which it is the invisible, but nevertheless dazzling, 
passionate, and eternal form." PLATO. 



NETTIE BEN WILMOT 

BETTY ANDERSON 

BAXTER SASSER 

PAT THOMASON 

PHOEBE FRANCIS 

M. K. SOUTHERS, JR. 

JO MARET 

BETTY MORGAN 

JAMES SANDERS 

CHARLENE WILLIAMS 

BETTY MOORE 

DOT HOLCOMBE 

GARRISON DILLARD 

OLIVIA McHAN 



ELENA AUSTIN 

GEORGE EVANS 

DORIS STEVENS 

MARGARET BAILEY 

JO JORDEN 
SIDNEY HIGHSMITH 

BETTY CURRY 

DOROTHY SANDERS 

HENRY SKIPPER 

LOIS KEENER 

STEVE CANTRELL 

BETTY PAINE 

JOHN GATEWOOD 

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BETTY PAINE 

ELENA AUSTIN 

DORIS STEPHENS 



Second Row: 

PHOEBE FRANCIS 

JO JORDAN 

DOT HOLCOMB 

BETTY MORGAN 



Third Row: 

PAT THOMASON 

JO MARET 

CHARLENE WILLIAMS 

NETTIE BEN WILMOT 

BETTY CURRY 



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MISS ELIZABETH MOORE 

DOT SANDERS 

BETTY ANDERSON 

OLIYA McHAN 
MARGARET BAILEY 



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KNEELING: 



MISS MOORE. Sponsor 
JACK HAYES 
JAMES SANDERS 
M. K. SOUTHERS 
BAXTER SASSER 
SIDNEY HIGHSMITH 



GARRISON DILLARD 
HENRY SKIPPER 
CHARLES MOONEY 



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Students 



Top: 



MISS MOORE. Instructor 
JACK BROGDI N 
HENRY SKIPPER 
M. K. SOUTHERS 



Bottom : 

JO JORDAN 

ANN THORNTON 

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ODESSA ASH 

ODESSA ASH. JR.. Mascot 



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'Resolved That Labor Should Have a Direct 
Share in the Management of Industry" 




STANDING: 

JACK HAYES 

ALTON PARRIS 

H. E. BOWEN. Sponsor 



SITTING: 

BAXTER SASSER 

WYNK MURPHY 

CLARENCE CARSON 

KATHRYN McMANUS 

ELIZABETH FREE 



Officers: 

ALTON PARRIS 
President 

LAV ADA BAGGETT 
Vice-President 

THELMA CHAMBERS 
Secy, and Treasurer 



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MISS MORRILL. Sponsor 

ALTON PARRIS. President 

SARA CISSON. Vice-President 

DOROTHY CASH. Secy. 8 Treas 



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MISS COWART, Not shown 

G. K. EVANS 

SIDNEY HIGHSMITH 

MISS MOORE 

B. W. McRAE 

MR. PERCY 

NEAL TIMMS 

JACK HAYES 

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'Piedmont 
Players 



H. E. BOWEN 
Director 



"The Late Christopher Bean' 



GARRISON DlLLARD 

Charles Fowler 
Rex Stambough 
B. w. McRae 
Sidney Highsmith 
Bona Puckett 
Kathryn McManus 
Loyd Hunter 
Edwin Holcomb 



Clarence Carson 
Baxter Sasser 
Pat Thompson 
Elizabeth Free 
Peggy Rice 
Jane Golden 
Olivia McHan 
Dorothy Barrett 
Betty' Morgan 



Betty Curry 
Beth Haynes 
Jackie Moorhead 
Laura Nell Dykes 
Jo Jordan 
Elena Austin 
Lois Keener 
Erlene Youngblood 
Majorie Justus 



Ann Clyburn 
Betty Moore 
Harold Fowlin 
Roy Harris 
Edna Jordan 
Phoebe Francis 
Fred L. Wood 
Anita Roper 
M. K. Southers 



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1. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Davis 

2. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Buice 

3. Mr. and Mrs. Noble Sarrow 

4. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lokey 



5. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Haynes 

6. Mr. and Mrs. Foster Goolsby 

7. Mr. and Mrs. Marius Garrison 



8. Mr. and Mrs. John Stambough 

9. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Smoot 
10. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hallford 

1 1 . Mr. and Mrs. B. W. McRae 



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COACH GILKEY 



CAPTAIN CECIL DAVIS 



JERRY DAVIS. Mascot 



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Murphy builds 
up that 
score to 
win over 
Mercer 4 
points 



The Game of the Serson: Piedmont vs. Mercer 



Oh. Mercer. 

where were 

your players 

when we 

made this 





A tense moment for al 



Qheer Readers 




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Qirls Basketball Team 



Read left to right: Coach Martens, Kathryn Jordan. Sue Smoot, Ellen Wiley. Stella Wilson, 
Sara Cisson, Nancy Martin. 

Second row: Mildred Akin, Dot Holcombe, Lora Lancaster, Olivia McHan. Margaret Bailey, 
Betty Morgan. 

Five of the above girls were on the squad of the previous year: Sara Cisson, Stella Wilson, 
Ellen Wiley, Sue Smoot, Betty Morgan. 

Transfer Student: Kathryn Jordan. 

Freshmen: Nancy Martin, Margaret Bailey, Olivia McHan, Dot Holcombe, Lora Lancaster, 
Mildred Akin. 

Return student: Edna Jordan (not shown). Her return to the campus after three years added 
considerable strength to the team. She is now teaching and completing work on a B.S. degree 
in Physical Education. 

The Piedmont girls started off the season by suffering a severe defeat at the hands of the 
Sports Arena Blues. However, the season proved successful because the girls could hold their own 
with any team in this section. 




Captain 
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'HOUSE OF COMMONS' 




'Let's see what the rules say' 
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'CAUSE WE WANT TO REMEMBER THEM ALWAYS 



Faculty 



A. R. Van Cleave, A.B., A.M. 

A.B. Union Christian College: Diploma Indiana State 
Teachers College; A.B. Indiana University: Graduate 
Study Indiana University: MA. University of Chicago. 



Leslie Jones, A.B., M.S. 

A.B. Emory W Henry College: M.S. University of 
Georgia. 



Emma Jewell Fleming, A.B. 

A.B. Piedmont College. 

Mary Margaret Smoot, A.B. 

A.B. Piedmont College 

Mabel Stevenson Percy, A.B., B.B.L. 

A.B. Vanderbilt University; B.B.L. Atlanta Theo- 
logical Seminary. 

Homer William Stevens, A.B., M.A., 
LL.B., LL.M. 

A.B.. M.A., LL.B., LL.M. University of Minnesota. 

Ruth Ford Atkinson, A.B., M.A. 

A.B. Rollins College; M.A. Oberlin College. 

William Silas Roberts, A.B., M.S.. D.Ed. 

A.B. Piedmont College; A.B. Harvard University; 
M.S. University of Chicago; D.Ed. Piedmont College. 

Dorthea Morrill, A.B., M.A. 

A.B.. M.A. University of Michigan: Graduate Study 
University of Michigan. 

Francis Conner Cook. A.B., M.A. 

A.B.. M.A. University of Texas; Graduate Study Uni- 
versity of North Carolina. 

J. Louis Martens, A.B.. M.A., Ph.D. 

A.B. Indiana Central College: Special work Butler Uni- 
versity. University of North Carolina. U. S. Navy Pre- 
flight School: A.M.. Ph.D. Indiana University. 



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Faculty 



Helen Jordan Martens. A.B. 

A.B. Piedmont College. 

Paul H. McClanahan, A.B., B.L. 

A.B. Wooster College; B.I. Union Theological Semi- 
nary; Graduate Study Syracuse University. 

Mrs. Guy Adams, R.N. 
Edna Jordan, A.B. 

A.B. Piedmont College. 

Rex Stambaugh, B.S. 

B.S. Piedmont College 

Mrs. W. A. Batson, A.B. 

A.B. Piedmont College. 

HoytE. Bowen, A.B. 

A.B. Piedmont College. 

Elah Cowart, B.S., M.A. 

Undergraduate study Georgia State College for Women; 
B.S. Teachers College. Columbia University; M.A. 
Columbia University: Graduate study University of 
North Carolina. Duke University. Women's College of 
University of North Carolina. 

William T. Gilkey, A.B. 

A.B. Ripon College; Graduate study Ripon College. 

Genevieve Kohler, A.B., M.A. 

A.B.. M.A. Marshal College. 

Mrs. Ernest Hallford, A.B. 

A.B. Georgia State College for Women. 

Elizabeth Moore, Mus. B. 

Mus. B.. Oberlin Conservatory of Music: Graduate 
study West Virginia University, West Virginia and 
Marshall College. 

Walter Westafer, Mus. B.. M.A. 
(Music) 

Mus. B.. Syracuse University; M.M. (Music) Cincin- 
nati Conservatory. 



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Seniors 



James Ash 

North Georgia College 1: Young Harris 2: Piedmont 
3-4; A.B. degree; Education. Major: Mathematics. 
Minor. 



Cecil William Davis 

Piedmont College 1. 2. 3, 4; A.B. degree: Major. 
Physical Education: Minor. Social Science: Basketball 
I, 2. 3, 4: Captain of Basketball Team 4; J. S. Green 
Society: "P" Club; Veterans Club. 



Lavada Baggett 

Berry College 1: Piedmont College 2. 3. 4: A.B. de- 
gree: Education. Major: English. Minor: Georgian So- 
ciety 1 : Student Volunteer Group 1 ; Social Chr. 1 : 
Junior Debate Club 1 : Y. M. C. A. I : Theta Zeta 
Phi Society 2. 3. 4; Editor of Owl 2: Religious Com- 
mittee 2. 3. 4: Associate Editor of Yonahian 4: Cheer- 
leader 4: Vice-Pres. of Junior class 3: Vice-Pres. of 
Debate Club 4: Chr. of Nominating Committee 4; 
Travelli Scholarship 3. 4. 



Marvin Brewer 

Young Harris College 1. 2: Piedmont College 3. 4: 
A.B. degree: Social Science. Major; History. Minor: 
Young Harris Debating Club: Piedmont Vets Club. 



Eunice Callas 

Piedmont College 1. 2. 3, 4; Home Economics. Major; 
English. Minor: A.B. Degree; Sec.-Trcas. of Fresh- 
man Class 1: Gamma Chi 3. 4: Cheerleader 3: Owl 
Staff 3: Sec.-Treas. of Junior Class 3: Man. of Girls 
Basketball Team 4. 



Dorothy Cash 

Southern Union College 1.2: West Georgia College 3: 
Piedmont College 4: A.B. degree: Education. Major: 
Science. Minor: Gamma Chi Society 4: Sec.-Treas. of 
International Relations Club 4. 



Thelma Chambers 

North Georgia College 1. 2: Piedmont College 3. 4; 
A.B. degree: Sociology. Major: Psychology. Minor; 
Gamma Chi Society 3. 4: International Relations Club 
4: Sec.-Treas. of Debate Club 4. 



Randolph Chunn 



Reinhardt College 1. 
Club 3. 4. 



Piedmont College 3. 4: Vets 



Robert A. Dillard 

Oglethorpe University 1. 2. 3: Piedmont College 4: 
A.B. degree; Blue Key Fraternity; Alpha Lambda Tau 
Fraternity; Who's Who in American Colleges and 
Universities 1942-43. 



Hulon F. Farmer 

Young Harris College 1: Oglethorpe University 2; 
Piedmont College 3. 4; A.B. degree: Major. Social 
Science: Minor. English; Vets Club. 



Virginia Phyllis Flint 

West Georgia College 1; Piedmont College 2. 3. 4; 
A.B. degree; Major. Education: Minor, Science: Gam- 
ma Chi 2. 3. 4: Dramatics 3: Spanish 1: Owl Staff 
3 : Vice-Pres. of Sophomore Class 2. 



Lewis William Hallford 

Piedmont College 1. 2. 3. 4; A.B. degree; Major. 
Physical Education; Minor. History and Social Sci- 
ence: J. S. Green Literary Society: Baseball; Basket- 
ball 1. 2. 3. 4; "P" Club; Veterans Club. 



Jess A. Hayes 

Rabun Gap. Nacoochee 1 : University of Alabama 2 : 
Piedmont 3. 4: A.B. degree: Major. Business Admin- 
istration: Minor. Social Science: Glee Club 3: Busi- 
ness Manager of Owl 3 ; President of Sophomore Class 
2: President of Students' Association 4; Who's Who 
in American Colleges and Universities 1946-47. 



William A. Haynes 

Piedmont 1. 2. 3. 4: B.S. degree: Major. Physical 
Education; Minor. Chemistry: Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4; 
Baseball 1.2: "P" Club I. 2. 3. 4: J. S. Green Lit- 
erary Society: Executive Council 1. 2. 



Walter Baxter Conwell 

Piedmont College 1. 2. 3. 4; B.S. degree; Major. 
Math.: Minor. Physics and Chemistry: J. S. Green 
Society: Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities 1942-43. 



Sidney Morris Highsmith 

North Georgia College 1 . 2 : Mercer University 3 : 
Piedmont College 4: A.B. degree: Major. Business 
Administration: Minor. English: Men's Glee Club 4. 
Mixed Chorus 4: Drama Club 4; International Rela- 
tions Club 4: Veterans Club 4. 



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Elaine Ida Hunt 



Sue Smoot 



Piedmont College 1. 2. 3. 4; B.S. degree: Major. 
Mathematics: Minor. Science: Gamma Chi Society. 



Amy Cunningham Leonard 

Piedmont College 1. 2. J, 4; American International 
College 3; B.S. degree: Major. Chemistry: Minor. 
Mathematics and Biology: A.B. degree: Major. Eng- 
lish: Minor. Education: President of the Freshman 
Class 1 : Owl Staff 1. 2. 4: Ycnahian Staff 1 : Drama 
Club 1: Debate Club 2: Choir 2: Gamma Chi So- 
ciety 3, 4. 



Winnie Claire Murphy 

Piedmont College 1. 2. 3. 4: A.B. degree; Major. 
English: Minor. Business Admin ; stration : Theta Zeta 
Phi Society 1. 2. 3. 4: Sec. and Treas. of Freshman 
Class; Vice-Pres. of Junior Class; Vice-Pres. of Sen- 
ior Class: Vice-Pres. of Theta Zeta Phi Society 2; 



Glee Club 1,3: 
Who's Who i 
1946-47. 



Debate Club 4; Editor of Yonahian 4; 
l American Universities and Colleges 



Piedmont 1, 2. 3. 4; A.B. degree; Major, Biology; 
Minor, English; Gamma Chi 1, 2. 3. 4; Vice-Pres. of 
Gamma Chi Society 3; Freshmen Class Vice-Pres. 1: 
Treas. of Senior Class: Business Mgr. of Yonahian 2: 
Business M^r. of Owl 3; Owl Staff 1. 2, 3, 4; Editor 
of Owl 4; Basketball 1.2; "P" Club 4; Secretary of 
"P" Club 4; Religious Committee 1: Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities 1946-47. 



John Charles Stambaugh 

Piedmont 1. 2. 3. 4: B.S. degree: Major, Physical Ed- 
ucation: Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4; "P" Club: Pres. of 
"P" Club 4: J. S. Green Society: Veterans Club 4. 



Elizabeth Graham Sosebee 

Piedmont College 1. 2. 3, 4; A.B. degree; Major. So- 
cial Science: Minor, History: Vice-Pres. of Students 
Association 3; Gamma Chi Literary Society 3. 4. 



Janelle Parner 

Piedmont 1, 2. 4: West Georgia College 3: A.B. de- 
gree; Major, Education: Minor, English; "P" Club 4; 
Theta Zeta Phi Society 1, 2, 4; President of Theta 
Zeta Phi Society 4: Basketball 1, 2. 



Alton William Parris 

Berry College 1: Southern Union College 2; Univer- 
sity of Florence. Italy, and University of Alabama 3 : 
Piedmont 4; A.B. degree; Major. Sociology; Minor, 
Religion: President of Debate Club; Veterans Club 4. 
Religious Committee 4 : President of International Re- 
lations Club; Assistant Editor of Owl; Chapel Com- 
mittee 4. 



Cleo Anita Roper 



Piedmont 1. 2. 3. 4 
Minor, Social Science; 
3; Yonahian Staff 2. 



A.B. degree: 
Theta Zeta Phi 



Major, English: 
3. 4: Owl Staff 



Baxter Sasser 

Franklin Springs 1. 2: Piedmont College 3. 4: A.B. 
degree: Major. English; Minor, Religion: Owl Staff 
3. 4; Editor 3; Associate Editor 4: Debate Club 4; 
Drama Club 4: Glee Club 3; Religious Committee 3. 



Sara Rebecca Walters 

Piedmont 1. 2. 3, 4: A.B. degree; Major. Biology; 
Minor. English; Theta Zeta Phi Literary Society 1. 2. 
3. 4; Chaplain of Theta Zeta Phi Society 3: Glee 
Club 1. 2, 3; Junior Solo Voice Recital 3; Vice-Pres. 
of Sophomore Class; Religious Committee 3; Owl 
Staff 3 : Assistant Business Mgr. of Owl 2. 



Charles C. Wells 

Piedmont College 1. 2. 3, 4; B.S. degree: Major. 
Biology; Minor. Chemistry; J. S. Green Literary So- 
ciety: Veterans Club 4. 



Nettie Ben Wilmot 

Southern Union 1. 2; Piedmont 3. 4; A.B. degree: 
Maior. English: Minor. Social Science; Gamma Chi 
3. 4: President Gamma Chi 3: Glee Club 3, 4: Re- 
ligion Committee 3; Secretary-Treasurer Junior Class: 
Secretary Senior Class. 



Lowell A. Smoot 

Piedmont 1. 2. 3. 4: A.B. degree: Major. Social Sci- 
ence: Minor. English: Protopian Literary Society 1: 
Y. M. C. A. 1 ; Student Council 3: Junior Class Pres- 
ident 3 ; Who's Who in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities 1946-47. 



Stella Mae Wilson 

Piedmont 1. 2. 3. 4: B.S. degree: Major. Biology: 
Minor. Physical Education: Gamma Chi 2. 3; Presi- 
dent of Gamma Chi 4: Drama Club 1: Basketball 
1. 2. 3. 4: "P" Club 3, 4; Religious Committee 2, 
3. 4: Owl Staff 2: Business Manager of Owl 4. 



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TOCCOA FLORIST 




"Flowers for all Occasions" 


Toccoa 


Georgia 



Compliments 



of 



CARTER WHOLESALE 



Toccoa 



Georgia 





CENTRAL CAFE 






"A good place to meef 






A better place to eat" 




Toccoa 




Georgia 



Compliments 



of 



TERRELL'S RESTAURANT 



Toccoa 



Georgia 





Compliments 






of 








SMITH E. HILL, 


Jewelers 


Toccoc 


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Georgia 





Compliments 






of 




CANNON'S DEPARTMENT STORE 


Clayton 




Georgia 



HUDGINS FURNITURE 



'Anything for the house" 



Toccoa 



Georgia 





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HABERSHAM FURNITURE CO. 


"Everything for the Home" 




Phone 140 




Clarkesville 


Georgia 



Gifts for all Occasions 



MARTHA'S GIFT SHOP 



Clarkesville 



Georgia 



WE'LL NEVER FORGET 

Lavada Baggett's 

"Hey, you ole Bat!" 

Randolph Chunn 

"Well, I didn't know." 

Carr, taking life easy. 

Phyllis Flint-playing ROOK. 

"This darn lighter." 

By Amy Leonard. 

Mr. "Minner", 

"I'll warp your frame." 

M. K. Southers— mouth, inc. 



Betty Dove 

And her better than good grades. 



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CORNELIA COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY 



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TURPEN DRUG COMPANY 



Prescription Druggist 



Phone 79 



Clarkesville 



Georgia 



J. D. KESLER 




Dry Goods & Groceries 




Clarkesville 


Georgia 







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Georgia 



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Clarkesville 



Georgia 



Compliments of 



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Cornelia 



Georgia 



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FASHION SHOP 



Cornelia 



Georgia 



Compliments of 




GOLD'S DEPARTMENT STORE 


Cornelia 


Georgia 



Compliments of 




BELK-GALLANT DEPT. 


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Cornelia 


Georgia 



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try 

DEMOREST HARDWARE STORE 



Compliments 
of 

CAIGLE'S SHOE SHOP 

Demorest Georgia 



TERREL BEAUTY SHOP 

213 S. Main St. 
Phone 88 

Gainesville Georgia 



Compliments of 

TEMPLE'S HARDWARE 

and 
Sporting Goods 

Gainesville Georgia 



RADIO MUSIC COMPANY 

Dependable Service 



Gainesville 



Georgia 



BELK-GALLANT COMPANY 

Ga/nesv/7/e's Most Complete Department Store 



Gainesville 



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BREWER DRUG COMPANY 


Sodas 


and Norris Candy 


ShaefPer Pens 






Prescriptions 




Phone 115 


Clarkesville Georgia 



Compliments of 

BARRON BROTHERS 

"Bumper to Bumper Service" 
Clarkesville Georgia 



CLARKESVILLE GROCERY STORE 

Feeds, Seed, Fertilizer 
Clarkesville Georgia 



Compliments of 



MODERN CLEANERS 



Clarkesville Georgia 

Phone 145 



WE'LL NEVER FORGET 



Guy Rucker, 

That slow Southern drawl. 

Dot Holcombe, 

"Golly, I don't KNOW!" 

Emma Flemming— watching the 
FORDS GO BY!!! 

Hazel "Little Cissy" Cisson, 
"Com' on, Midge." 

Sue Henson, 

"I'm not Jill Hayden." 

Distrust of the feminine gender. 
Russell Phillips. 

Stella, Wilson, 

"Look-out or I'll bop ya." 

Lowell Smoot, 

Calling, "Miss Suzie." 

Chunnie . . . Payne 

The verbal gymnastic, John 
John Gatewood. 

Wynk Murphy, 

"I just can't think." 

Colorful sweaters and 

Katheryn McNannus. 

Nancy Martin . . . chewing, 
chewing gum. 

Millie Farmer, 

"Well, ah declare." 

Glenn Bearden, 

Trying to see Ann more. 

THE RED TIE CLUB 

Bailey, Hayes, Conwall, 
Carr, and Chunn. 

Sue Smoot, "Well, Peggy." 

Cissy and Wicky . . . 

Betty Anderson . . . cutting hair. 



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WANSLEY BROTHERS 

Fords 
Cars, Trucks, Tractors 



Carnesville, Georgia 



JOHN KEESE 



"Come fo See Ale" 



Lavonia, Georgia 



WELDON'S FUNERAL HOME 



Lavonia, Georgia 



PARKER PURCELL 




SERVICE STATION 




Expert Tire Recapping and Repairing 


Carnesville, Georgia 





WE'LL NEVER FORGET 

Dot Wilkinson 

"Know any gossip?" 

"I just don't understand Miss Cowart," 
Dot Cash. 

Helen Alewine, 

"Has anyone seen Janelle?" 

Kathaleen "Coca-Cola" Crawford. 

Jo Marett, 

"Our room's such a mess!" 

Thelma Chambers . . . blowing her bugle. 
"Petrillo" Stambaugh. 
Katheryn Jordon's black-eye. 



"How do you like my bangs?" 
Pat Thomaston. 



Lois Keener, 

"When I was in Virginia—" 

Peggy Rice . . . late for classes. 

Lefty's car . . . before and also after. 



Virginia Leard's poetry, especially 
some of it. 



Betty Morgan . . . always cheerful and 
obliging. 

Bob Murphy 

Playing ball ... we like it. 



H. N. LITTLE 



General Merchandise 



Carnesville, Georgia 



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BURCH AND JACOBS 

Self-Service Grocery 

Park with ease 
Budget the Right Prices 
Shop with pleasure 

Clarkesville Georgia 



Compliments of 



ARTISTIC BEAUTY SALON 



Toccoa Georgia 



WE'LL NEVER FORGET 



Mildred Shirley, 

"Katheryn should have made 
that bed." 

Christal Harwell 

"You quit that now." 

Swing high, swing low . . . 
Quinton Whitmire. 

Betty Curry, James Sanders, etc. 
The first square dance practice. 

Charline and Nettie Ben out for Cash. 

Joanne Sosebee 

Aimlessly wandering about 
the Chem. Lab. 

Jess Hayes . . . always the same. 

Margret Bailey, 

"Well, I never." 

Mr. Kilkey . . . Miss Kohler. 





GAINESVILLE JEWELER 






"The store with the blue tile front" 




Gainesville 




Georgia 





GEM JEWELRY COMPANY 






"Complete line of Diamonds, Watches 






Jewelry and Gift Items" 




On the Square 


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Trogdon Bldg. 


Gainesville, Ga. 




Toccoa, Ga. 



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PAUL S. ADAIR 

Hardware— Stoves 
Farm Equipment 

Carnesville, Georgia 



CLYDE SULLIVAN 

Fancy Groceries 
Quality— Courtesy— Service 

Carnesville, Georgia 



WE'LL NEVER FORGET 



Frank L. Franks, 

Taking HIKES ... no matter 
what the weather. 



Jack Brogdon, 

"Oh, that's such a childish thing." 



Harvey Kitchens and Charles Ellis 
Two of the three musketeers. 



Henry Skipper, 
DANCING. 



B. W. McRae, 

Arguing with Dr. Martin. 



Wallace Farr, 

"Anybody want my dessert?' 



RICHIE FURNITURE COMPANY 



COMPLETE HOME FURNISHINGS 



Phone 52 



LAVONIA GEORGIA 



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FRIERSON-McEVER CO. 

Exclusive Men's Wear 



Style— Quality 



Gainesville Georgia 



PILGRIM-ESTES FURNITURE CO. 

Complete Home Furnishers 
Philco Radios— Frigidaire 

Gainesville Georgia 



JAKE SACKS 

'The Old Reliable" 



Shoes— Hats, Ready-to-Wear 



Gainesville Georgia 



Education Thru Better Vision 

EDWARD H. SHANNON 

OPTOMETRIST 
Gainesville Georgia 



DR. J. C. MORRISON 

OPTOMETRIST 

Eyes Examined— Glasses Fitted 
Broken Lenses Duplicated 

Gainesville Georgia 



LITTLE 






NEW YORKER 






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"Little Bit of New 


York in Dixie" 






Dixie Hunt 






Arcade 


Gainesville 


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PRINCETON COFFEE SHOP 

"Best Food in Town" 

Phone 222 

Gainesville Georgia 



IMPERIAL PHARMACY 

"Your Best Drug Store" 

Phones 46-47 
Gainesville Georgia 



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WHITE MUSIC COMPANY 

Radios— Records 

Musical Instruments 

Refrigeration Sales, Ser. 



Gainesville Georgia 



J. M. HARDY 

Commercial— Portrait 
Photographer 

Gainesville Georgia 



Compliments of 



PIEDMONT DRUG CO. 



Gainesville Georgia 



MATHER-GAINESVILLE CO. 



Furniture— Home Furnishings 



Gainesville Georgia 



WE'LL NEVER FORGET 



Jo Jordon, 

"I just don't Have the ability 
nor the desire to play ball." 



Alton Parris, 

"Well now I disagree with you there. 

James Bailey . . . smoking a pipe. 



Janelle Parker, 

"I'm an old married Woman." 



Joe Wiggans, Pretty-boy. 



Inez Ash and her sweet smile. 



We can't forget Elizabeth Moore. 



Miss Koppe, always typing. 



Elena Austin, 

"I think he's cute." 



Francis Waters, 

"Ouch, these dishes are hot. 



The "inseparable" Pauline Parker 
and Isabelle Thompson. 



E. F. HOUSER CO. 

Sales— Service 
Gainesville Georgia 



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Demorest Branch 



CORNELIA BANK 



Demorest Georgia 



Compliments of 



THE COFFEE CUP 



Demorest Georgia 



WE'LL NEVER FORGET 



Neal Timms, 

"Give you fifty cents." 



David Caldwell, 

On the way to Concord. 



Gladys . . . wanting to be with Pat. 



Mary Dale and Bob, 

In the Coffee Cup. 



Margie and Cecil 

With Jerry at the ball games. 



Juanita trying to find B. W. 
at a dance. 



SNOW ON THE CAMPUS ... and those 
hard snow balls down our necks. 





Students Aiwa 


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Demorest 


Georgia 





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D. W. BROGDON 

DIXIE HUNT BARBER SHOP 

"Where Friends Meet" 
Gainesville Georgia 



Compliments of 

J. C. PENNEY 

Gainesville Georgia 



MILLNER'S 

Style Center of Gainesville 
Gainesville Georgia 



Complete Installation 

and Servicing of 
Butane Gas Systems 

AUTOMATIC GAS CO. 

Gainesville Georgia 



WE'LL NEVER FORGET 



Sidney Highsmith . . . calm and serene 

Leah Rose Grubbs, 

"Get out of here now ... go on." 

Mrs. Jones in class. 

Bona Puckett . . . waiting for Sue. 

Sara Walters, Harold, and the radio. 

"Got any Dry Cleaning?" Bob Oliver. 

The Mad Russian . . . Clarence Carson. 

Genelle Ayers, 

"The day I learned to jitterbug." 

Jimmie Mathews, 

A date the first night on the 
campus. 

Lora Lancaster, 

"Lawsz mercy." 

Jack Smoot . . . putting something over on 
Sue. 

Olive McHan and men. 

Elizabeth Free, 

"Well, I had to wake-up." 

Patty Edwards, 

"Don't offer me food in my Presence.' 

Jackie Moorehead, 

Playing the field. 

Wallace "Frankie" Nelson. 

Green Plymouth. 

Beth and Bill Haines. 

Lloyd Hunter humming, 

"I'll take you home again Kathleen." 

Mildred Akin . . . always cheerful. 

Evelyn Southerland and Ann Thorton 
Playing the Piano (period) 

Jerry Davis, the Senior Mascot, 
playing Basketball. 

Eunice Callas ... up to something. 



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